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Terry urges respect for England 'legend' Rooney

Terry urges respect for England 'legend' Rooney

Hart was singled out for praise after he helped spare England embarrassment with a succession of outstanding saves, including a world-class reflex save when he turned Jasmin Kurtic's header on to the crossbar seconds after half-time. "We would have liked six points from these last two games but we have four and haven't conceded a goal". Fortunately, the 29-year-old was able to continue and received plenty of plaudits for the stop.


Guardiola seethes at reports Aguero unwanted at Man City

Guardiola seethes at reports Aguero unwanted at Man City

Luis Enrique's team lead the group with nine points followed by Guardiola's City on four. Guardiola confirmed Pablo Zabaleta and Bacary Sagna will both miss Sunday's Premier League game with Southampton at Etihad Stadium due to injury.



Klopp should give these 3 Liverpool players a chance against Tottenham

Marko Grujic, Ovie Ejaria, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Kevin Stewart were all left our of the U23s' game against Everton earlier today, hinting that they will be involved, even if they don't necessarily all play from the start. "The one player it seems to have affected a touch this year is Eric Dier", Wilkins said . One major takeaway that he was pleased with would be his team's defense.



Bob Bradley loses in thrilling EPL debut

But soon Bob Bradley's boys made it 3-2 as Borja Baston scored. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the club will not be appealing Granit Xhaka's recent red card. While Swansea strive to add to their solitary win at Burnley back in August, Arsenal have now won their last six in the league and sit level on points with Manchester City at the top of the table.


Warriors pick up Kevon Looney third-year option

Warriors pick up Kevon Looney third-year option

Instead, we have Golden State as a super-duper team with Durant joining Stephen Curry , Klay Thompson , Draymond Green and the rest of a team that will go from being admiringly adored and covered like they were The Beatles to (probably) the most villainous, hated team in the league.



Lewis Hamilton feared another engine failure in Austin

The British driver lined up on pole position and had a strong start, establishing a comfortable lead in the early stages. The Briton produced a flawless drive from pole position to finish nearly five seconds ahead of his Mercedes team-mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg.